Date: Monday, August 21
Location: 1 to 2 p.m. at Lyon Township Municipal Center, 58000 Grand River Ave., New Hudson; 4 to 5 p.m. at Greater Brighton Area Chamber of Commerce, 218 E. Grand River Ave., Brighton.
Contact: (517) 373-7515; email [email protected].
State Rep. Ann Bollin today invited residents to attend coffee hours on Monday, Aug. 21, in Brighton and Lyon Township.
Local coffee hours are an opportunity for residents to share their thoughts, questions, or concerns. No appointments are necessary to attend.
Bollin will be available Aug. 21 at the following times and locations:
- 1 to 2 p.m. at the Lyon Township Municipal Center, 58000 Grand River Ave., New Hudson.
- 4 to 5 p.m. at the Greater Brighton Area Chamber of Commerce, 218 E. Grand River Ave., Brighton.
Anyone unable to attend who would like to share thoughts or concerns with Bollin may contact her office at (517) 373-7515 or email [email protected].
Bollin represents the 49th District, which spans southeast Livingston County and southwest Oakland County, including the cities of Brighton, Walled Lake, Wixom and a portion of Novi, as well as Brighton Township, Green Oak Township, and portions of Commerce and Lyon townships.
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